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or fantasy. i do. >> charlie: so cal is a guy what, in search of getting his wife back >> yeah. initially he's a guy who h just put his head down and is complacent and hasn't tended to his marriage and his retionship and he's paying the price and it's interesting because you know, julie ann's character in the movie has had an affair and initially there was a concern by some peop, not me, that it would make her a character at was not sympathetic enough but i totally disagreed and with a person like julie ann playing the part she is sympathetic and just human. just a flawed human being. >> charlie: you're one of the producers. >> one of them. and got to fire a lot of people and from the onset we were able to find the right director or directors in this case and tweak e script and do the casting and got all of our first choices. everybody we wanted in the movie agreed. >> charlie: and why he >> why julie ann? >> charlie: ye >> apart from being just one of the great -- >> charlie: the relatnship is cal and julie anne. >> that's certainly one of them and ryan i think my relationship with him is k
>> charlie: wcome to our program. on this july 4th, present a rebroadcast of our cversation with one of our favorite guests, the eminent historian and author david mccullough. his new book is called the greater journey, americans in paris. >> i tell the story of who we are, what we've been through, what we've accomplished and what we've failed to accomplish, what we've accomplished about people who were here before we were to whom we owe more, far more than we generally appreciate. i hope that i make up for the failure that many people had when going to school and derstanding the joy of histor thehe please of history. yes we should know history because it makes us a better citizen, yes we should know history because it will help us in the roles of leadership and responsibility. but we should also know our history because it's part of the experience of being alive. why seal yourself up from that other time. it would be as if you sai there's no more music in my life, or art or theatre in my life or dance. >> charlie: david mccullough for thhour, next. every story needs a her
or dance. >> charlie: david mccullough for thhour, next. every story needs a hero we can all root for. who beats the odds and comes out on top. but this isn't just a hollywood storyline. it's happening every day, all across america. every time a storefront opens. or the midnight oil is burned. or when someone chases a dream, not just a dollar. they are small business owners. so if you wanna root for a real hero, support small business. shop small. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> charlie: david mccullough is here. he's been called a master of the art of narrative history. he is twice won both t litzer prize and the national book award. in 2006 he received the presidential med of freedom the nation's highestivnil ciahe award. his story teps tells of adventurous americans in the 19th century. he says not all pneers went west. it is called the greater journey, americans in paris. i'm very pleased to have david mccullough back at this table. welcome. >> thank you, charlie. i'm very glad to be back. i feel most at home. >>
>> charlie: welcome to our program. tonight we begin with laura linney from show time. >> there's something that happens when you read a script and your acr brain turns on. you start working before you finish it. you can't help yourself. your brain starts, your creative synapses start to fire and you start to see physicality or understand dialogue or you can see deeply into a character's life. and hen that starts to happen you have to pay tention. charlie: we continue with a conversation with the editorial director of interview magazine. >> in the fashion industry that's really connecting the time. like you go to a fashion show you see an actor sitting there or actually posingor t ad now. an artist is involved into the campaign. so everything is kind of like all mixed together. what we like to do and what we're trying tdo is bri that point view and that mix of thing. >> charlie: we continue ts evening with la seduction. >> it's not about the process, it's not about the result. it's prolonging the pleasure, anticipation of the conquest much more than the conquest. the anticipa
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>> charlie: welcome to our program. in washington today the battle over raising the debt ceiling became more acrimonious. first from the speaker of the house, john boehner. >> i would call this plan less an perfect but it doesn't ensure the spending cuts will be greater than the hike and secondly there are no tax increases that are part of the plan. it's not cut cap and balance but it is built on the principles of cut, cap and balance to pass the united states senate as well as the united states house. time's running short. i'm urging my house colleagues toupport it and my senate colleagues to support it as well. >> charlie: then the president went on the air this evening to address the nation and talk about the incalculatable dama if an agreement isn't reached. >> basally the debate has centered around two different approaches. the first approach says let's live within our means by making serious historic cuts in government spending. let's cut domestic spending to the lowest level it's been since dwight eisenhower was president. let's cut defense spending at the pentagon by hund
love. >> charlie: we conclude with christine quinn, a speaker with the new york city council talking about what the same sex marriage in new york means to her. >> any of a child anywhere in the country in their room watching tv they see this happen, they know they're gay, they can't say they're gay, they can't tell their parents. anthey see new york ste, anywhere in the world, it's new york. just say that gay families are the same as straight families. that's something th child will hold on to when they're bullied, hold on to if their parents don't accept them. it will give them hope. >> charlie: senator tom coburn and christine quinn on same sex maiage when we continue. funding focharlie rose was provided by the following: but this isn't just a hollywood storyline. it's happening every day, all across america. every time a storefront opens. or the midnight oil is burned. or when someone chases a dream, not just a dollar. they are small business owners. so if you wanna root for a real hero, support small business. shop small. additional funding provided by these funders: captioning
>> charlie: welcome a our program. once again we begin with the debt limitation talks in washington. here from a man who was at the last whitehouse talks, the number two democrat in the united states senate, dick durbin. >> senator mcconnellas made a good positive sgestion. we discussed it at length among the democratic senators today. with or without a deal, this motion of giving the president the debt and giving congress the power to disapprove. it's at least a viable alternative. i certainly have not rejected it. i'm working with senator harry reid our majority leader to find a way to craft that in a bipartisan approach in the senate. >> charlie: wcontinue part two with our conversation with larry summers the economic professor, harvard university president and economic as vier to president obama talking about the state of the economy. >> at the center of this if the people don't build new factories, then the factories they're using aren't fully operating. developers don't build new develoents when the developments they've already built are sitting empty with the l
>> charlie: welcome to our program. we begin this evening way look at the testimony by rupert murdock, james murdock with an assessment from john burns, ian katz and josh tyrangiel. >> he tried to be contrite and as this sort of afternoon wore on you saw the emergence of the 20th century media mogul who got more gruff but may felt more honest. >> charlie: whe he continue with a look at the deb limitations talk and the new proposal by the gang of six and conversation with senator ron portman of ohio. >> we need to get the standing down. historic vels are about 20-20.5% of our economy and i'm optimistic because i feel we have to address the issue. >> crlie: the murdock story in don and the debt limitations talks in washington when we continue. funding was provided by the following: every story needs a hero we can all root for. who beats the odds and comes out on top. but this isn't just a hollywood storyline. it's happening every day, all across america. every time a storefront opens. or t midnight oil is burned. or when someone chases a dream, not just a dollar. they are sll bu
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